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An eco friendly and internationally renowned destination that combines rustic with luxury, and natural beauty with simplicity. The word is out about Tulum, a once-unknown beach town that has managed to maintain its quiet charm, despite its growing popularity, much of it due to its otherworldly beach quality. Overlooking the golden sand, of course, are the Mayan ruinas, perched on a rocky cliff and watching over all the surrounding natural wonders.

Tulum Beach, Hotel Zone

It’s difficult to picture what lies behind the jungle curtain that hides the hotel zone of Tulum, but discovering it is like opening the doors to a barefoot, hippie wonderland. Flanked by the gorgeous coastal ruins of Tulum one one side and the Biosphere of Sian Ka’an on the other, this stretch of the Riviera Maya beach caters to those who prefer upscale luxury with a boho edge, great beaches, natural living and the option of chill nighttime entertainment. You can also shop in funky boutiques selling unique art and fashion – like maxi dresses and flowy, yoga-friendly everything – and eat the best of modern Mexican cuisine.

Beach, Aldea Zama

Combining Tulum eco-charm and luxury living standards, Aldea Zama invites you to set roots and grow in a planned community, without the any of the stigma. This eco-friendly is surrounded by nature and also all the attractions of the Riviera Maya, with Tulum just a few minutes away and Playa del Carmen only one hour off.

Investors will love Aldea Zama’s inherent potential, nestled in one of the Riviera Maya’s most in-demand areas. Perfect for families, it is a lush village of winding roads flanked by jungle, perfectly bikeable and well-located for quick excursions to the beach, town or restaurants of the hotel zone.

Tulum Town

Venture from the beaches of Tulum and the hotel zone (perhaps by bike) to the other side of the highway and into the town itself and you will be rewarded. Sure, you’ll find the same tourist shops selling tacky souvenirs, but spend a few minutes exploring smaller streets and you’ll also discover artesanal bakeries, local ice cream shops, shady parks, and delicious, hole-in-the-wall restaurants you’ll want to return to again and again. Think tacos el pastor for under a buck and authentic, refreshing horchata. This is the way Mexicans live and they’ll be happy to welcome you for a visit.

Where to stay

A selection of our favourite villas in Tulum

Villa Miramar Tulum, Riviera Maya
5
5
10

from

$1,370

usd / night

Hacienda Paraiso Tulum, Riviera Maya
6
7
12

from

$1,800

usd / night

Casa Madera Tulum, Riviera Maya
2
2
4

from

$2,100

usd / night

Casa Palapa Tulum, Riviera Maya
5
4
10

from

$3,400

usd / night

Casa Ixchel Tulum, Riviera Maya
6
6
12

from

$4,070

usd / night

Jungle House Tulum, Riviera Maya
1
1
2

from

$1,500

usd / night

Villa Na'iik Tulum, Riviera Maya
4
4
8

from

$1,700

usd / night

Latest Addition
Villa Verde Tulum, Aldea Zama
4
4
8

from

$700

usd / night

Casa Carolina Tulum, Riviera Maya
5
5
12

from

$1,300

usd / night

Villa Amalfi Tulum, Riviera Maya
4
3
8

from

$600

usd / night

Villa Sanará Tulum, Riviera Maya
3
3
8

from

$1,425

usd / night

Casa Mandala Tulum, Riviera Maya
3
3
7

from

$580

usd / night

Casa Bonita Tulum, Aldea Canzul
1
2
4

from

$450

usd / night

Mahayana Tulum Beach Homes Tulum, Riviera Maya
8
7
21

from

$1,830

usd / night

Casa de las Palmas Tulum, Riviera Maya
3
3
8

from

$630

usd / night

Casa Gaia Tulum, Riviera Maya
1
1
2

from

$400

usd / night

Latest Addition
Casa Chakté Tulum, Aldea Canzul
3
3
8

from

$1,700

usd / night

Latest Addition
Casa Chechén Tulum, Aldea Canzul
2
2
4

from

$1,200

usd / night

Latest Addition
Casa Chukum Tulum, Aldea Canzul
4
5
8

from

$2,600

usd / night

Latest Addition
Tulum Tree House Tulum, Riviera Maya
5
6
10

from

$1,520

usd / night

Latest Addition
Aldea Canzul Estate Tulum, Aldea Canzul
9
11
23

from

$5,500

usd / night